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Trades Lift Minority Groups

Construction is the third fastest growing industry in Oregon and a new study shows that union-led apprenticeship programs are finding ...

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Creating Pathways for Success

A dedicated group from the Black community is once again raising scholarships this summer to help local high school students ...

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Training Workers for Aviation

Portland Community College is leading the way on several aviation training fronts.

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Educators Making a Difference

OnPoint Community Credit Union has announced its 2022 OnPoint Prize for Excellence in Education Educator of the Year awards.

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Pandemic Proof Careers

The field of civil engineering has been pandemic proof and able to grow its business despite other industries being hampered ...

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Jefferson’s Future in Discussion

Portland Public Schools this week formerly begins receiving public input on what direction to take in the plans for a ...

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University of Portland Picks Black President

In a history-making announcement, the University of Portland has appointed Dr. Robert Kelly as its 21st president, the first lay ...

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St. Andrew Introduces Principal

Rosemarie El Youssef has enjoyed a long career as an educator beginning as an English teacher at Wilson High School ...

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NE Workforce Center Expands

Constructing Hope, a job training non-profit rooted in Portland’s historic Black community, is celebrating the re-opening a workforce training center ...

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Careers in Artificial Intelligence

Portland Community College recently received an $800,000 grant which will enable area residents to train for gainful careers in one ...

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PCC Selects New President

Portland Community College’s Board of Directors selected Adrien Bennings as the college’s next president by unanimous vote Monday, following a ...

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Finalists for PCC President

Portland Community College’s presidential search effort has produced a pool of four finalists.

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College Leader Honored

Clark College President Dr. Karin Edwards has been recognized as education leader who has advanced student success initiatives.

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Elevating Black Youth

The Portland City Council has earmarked $950,000 to improve the lives of Black youth while giving the young people of ...

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UO to Buy Concordia

In the coming days, the University of Oregon Board of Trustees is expected to review a purchase agreement for the ...

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